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During Manchester United’s victory against Aston Villa over the weekend, Eric Ten Hag was fined and suspended for calling the video assistant referee (VAR) official names. Manchester United has pledged to challenge the decisio

Villa had a great reaction after the early loss. The hosts opened up Ten Hag’s side with a sweeping move as John McGinn forced an incredible tip over from United custodian Onana, who was also equal to Watkins’ one-on-one inside the box.


Villa closed the first half aggressively, and their man in midfield, Jacob Ramsey, then missed a chance from inside the area.


Due to injury, Man Utd removed the influential Luke Shaw at halftime, and Victor Lindelof, his replacement, made a major mistake in just three minutes.


Deep in the United half, the Swede gave the ball to Matty Cash, who squared it to Watkins, who appeared set to score but again struck Onana.


After missing two more opportunities to close the gap on Bailey’s deft pass for a one-on-one, Dalot blocked a low attempt by Ramsey on the line.


Finally, the strain became apparent. After United cleared the ball, Bailey placed it back in the mixer for Luiz to blast high into the net, but Onana made another excellent stop at point blank range from Clement Lenglet from a corner.


Aston Villa lost 2-1, giving Manchester United their first away league win against a top-nine team under Erik ten Hag and widening the margin of victory in the hunt for Champions League football. Scott McTominay scored the game’s late winner.


At Villa Park, in-form United got off to a quick start and earned a goal from Rasmus Hojlund, his fifth in five Premier League appearances.


Villa had the better of the huge chances, but Andre Onana was in outstanding form for United, save four excellent shots, two of which came from Ollie Watkins.


Following the game, Ten hag told Sky Sports, “It’s a massive win for us.” “We are getting closer, and that is our goal for the day. We achieved our objective without a doubt. I was pleased with how we handled it.


“I never consider the worse case. Positive, I believe. We are aware that we still have a ways to go before we catch up. We maintain this practice because we are feelng happy.










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